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Bone mineral density during prolonged hypokinesia and rehydration in healthy subjects
Biological Warfare Plan in the 17th Century—the Siege of Candia, 1648–1669
- E. Thalassinou, C. Tsiamis, E. Poulakou-Rebelakou, A. Hatzakis
- Emerging infectious diseases
- 1 December 2015
This incident illustrates how, within a framework of religious fanaticism, the use of biological weapons could appear to be acceptable.
Dementia on the Byzantine throne (ad 330–1453)
- E. Poulakou-Rebelakou, G. Kalantzis, C. Tsiamis, D. Ploumpidis
- Psychology, Medicine
- Geriatrics & gerontology international
- 1 July 2012
Aim: To present the consequences of the prolonged age of the emperors, especially if combined with symptoms of dementia, during the Byzantine period (ad 330–1453).
The Role of the Egyptian Sea and Land Routes in the Justinian Plague:: the Case of Pelusium
Time to Rethink Refugee and Migrant Health in Europe: Moving from Emergency Response to Integrated and Individualized Health Care Provision for Migrants and Refugees
- K. Puchner, E. Karamagioli, +5 authors E. Pikoulis
- International journal of environmental research…
- 28 May 2018
With the gradual containment of the migratory and refugee waves, three years after the outbreak of the so-called ‘refugee crisis’, Europe is, more than ever, in need of a sustainable and comprehensive health approach that is aimed at the integration of all of migrants and refugees in the respective national health systems. Expand
Is it time for a Refugees' Health Unit in Greece?
- C. Tsiamis, A. Terzidis, E. Kakalou, E. Riza, T. Rosenberg
- Medicine, Political Science
- The Lancet
- 3 September 2016
G Greece is faced with the major challenges of managing a great humanitarian crisis, and of improving its health-care structures to meet demand, and the creation of such structure is necessary. Expand
Reflecting upon the humanitarian use of unmanned aerial vehicles (drones).
It is questionable whether the benefits of using drones outnumber the moral obstacles they raise, and whether they will eventually be considered an inseparable part of humanitarian aid as well as a cutting-edge technological toy. Expand
Mechanism of sodium loss with muscle sodium deficiency in sodium supplemented and unsupplemented subjects during hypokinesia
- Kyrill G Deogenes, C. Tsiamis, K. Kakuris, V. A. Deogenov, Kosmas B Yerullis
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine
It is concluded that muscle Na+ deficiency is more evident when Na+ consumption is higher and that Muscle Na+ loss was more exacerbated with higher than lower muscle Na- deficiency indicating that during prolonged HK the muscle Na+, deficiency is due to the inability of the body to use Na+, but not to Na+ shortage in diet. Expand
Magnesium loss in magnesium deficient subjects with and without physical exercise during prolonged hypokinesia.
- C. Tsiamis, K. Kakuris, V. A. Deogenov, Kosmas B Yerullis
- Clinical and investigative medicine. Medecine…
- 1 February 2008
Mg2+ deficiency is more evident with than without physical exercise and M g2+ loss is exacerbated more with higher than lower Mg2+, indicating that Mg 2+ deficiency with and without physical Exercise is due to inability of the body to use Mg1+ and more so when physically healthy subjects are submitted to prolonged periodic than continuous hypokinesia. Expand
Phosphate deposition during and after hypokinesia in phosphate supplemented and unsupplemented rats.
- V. J. Kakuris, C. Tsiamis, Victor A. Deogenov, John G Peskaratos
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Physiological chemistry and physics and medical…
It was shown that P (regardless of the intensity of its tissue depletion) is lost during HK unless factors contributing to the decreased P deposition are partially or totally reversed, and the higher the P intake the greater the risk for decreases P deposition and the greater tissue P depletion. Expand